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P.P.’s Straight Shootin’ NFL 2010 Week 1

Wednesday, September 15th, 2010

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PP’S Straight Shootin’ 2010 NFL Preseason Week 1

Friday, August 20th, 2010

I apologize for the audio breakup, obviously my new mic cannot handle my sheer force of truths. I will be throwing it in the woods shortly and purchasing anew.

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Orton Contract Extension: The Will of P.P. Be Done

Friday, August 20th, 2010

Smart. The Broncos extended Orton’s contract into 2011. Kyle Orton finally gets a little respect from the Broncos brass and it’s well deserved. I hoped we’d extend it even further, but that’s a lot of dough. We’ll see what kind of year he has and where his competition is at next year, if he’s playing well and nobody can rise to the challenge then we could even extend it again.

Kyle Orton Cincinnati Denver 2010

I’m telling you people, this Kyle Orton is a no-nonsense team player and let’s say someone beats him out eventually–if that happens, then Orton becomes the best backup in the entire league. If he accepts that, which he could–if not, then we could trade him and trust me: there would be takers.

He ain’t no GQ posing prima donna, and with his team-first attitude he and Tebow can coexist for the foreseeable future. You won’t catch Orton bellyaching and acting the fool when they play Tebow in special packages this season. He’s a professional and he’s coachable–unlike that mop-headed doofus who don’t look right up there in Chicago. That pick-a-minute Dort up in Chicago.

So we did the right thing here, McDaniels is probably reading P.P. lately. We did the right thing, this man is important to this team.

Shame. Woe and shame to those who called for Orton’s dismissal before this quarterback “competition” even began. The nerve of some of you people: “Trade Orton Now.”

Woody Paige Orton Broncos

Look at that, eh? Look at that headline. Take a good look at that absolute joke. I’ve told you time and time again that Numbnuts at the Post will lead you right into a ditch. The nine thousand plus sea cucumbers who voted in that Post poll to get rid of Orton, what a joke, what a disgrace. The only excuse those cretins have is if they have is if they’re too young to know what day it is or if they’re Gator fans who don’t know what the hell is going on. How dare they besmirch this Orton and his lovely wife Bridget who love Denver.

You had morons booing him last year, morons failing to realize our team was dead in the water without him. These mental defectives lamented the loss of that Nashville-loving pick throwing mop-headed Dort loser, that GQ posing goonball who ran around the field fumbling and getting picked like a chicken with its proverbial head cut off.

I DON’T FORGET THESE TRANSGRESSIONS. THESE TRANSGRESSIONS THAT ARE MANY. LOOK AT THAT HEADLINE, PULL TRIGGER ON ORTON TRADE. YOU’VE GOT TO BE %$#&ING KIDDING ME. IT’S NOT EVEN AMUSING. THAT NUMBY IS NOTHING BUT A PROVOCATEUR. YET YOU GOT NINE THOUSAND SEA CUCUMBERS NODDING THEIR SPONGE HEADS IN AGREEMENT WITH THAT THING.

Here we have the one proven QB on our roster and we should trade him away? Unbelievable, love him or hate him, Orton is going to have a long career in this league helping us or another team win. The same can’t really be said yet of either Quinn or Tebow.

We did the right thing here, and some of you people out their dissing Orton should hold your tongues and respect this guy, even if he were to get beat out at some point, you’re looking at our best chance to win games. Plus, he could be very valuable to us in the future, whether starting or not.

Kyle Orton Winner

Kyle Orton, Winner

Broncos at Bengals Tonight 7pm EST

Sunday, August 15th, 2010

I’ll be watching the young guys and the new additions, won’t put much salt into this game though, it’s the next two that are most meaningful. The Bengals have already played a game, so they may look more sharp out there tonight. We’ll see if any patterns develop though, like not being able to run the football or not getting to the quarterback. The offensive line is the Broncos biggest question mark.

I keep hearing all this nonsense about how the Denver Broncos 2009 season rested on a mistake play with an opportunistic Brandon Stokley making the flub grab for a touchdown in week one.

As if that was the only point of significance that could have gone either way last year… How about 3rd and 25 against the Eagles deep in the fourth quarter with the game on the line? Defense makes a stop on a 3rd and 25 play and there’s a win right there. How about 4th and 10 in the final minutes of the fourth quarter against Jamarcus the Hutt Russell, eh? Make a stop there and there’s two more wins.

I trust McDaniels won’t spoil too much of his gameplan in the preseason, he’s the second coming of Sun Tzu, so he won’t do that. Unlike that Huckdort up in Chicago, I said last year, I said they played their hand when they faced the Broncos, and I was right. Shut down that tight end Olsen and Hucky and Co. got nothing. They played their hand to win a preseason game. For some reason, we couldn’t figure out they were throwing it to the TE over and over again. Probably that Nolan brainfarting.

I hear that Shanahan thought Huckdort, Marshall and the rest of the old crew were Super Bowl caliber. They were on the verge of a Superbowl in Denver, did you hear that one? What a joke that is, a bunch of poor character, me first losers who never won anything. Maybe we should discuss at length Jay Huckdort Cutler’s playoff prowess–oh yeah, that’s right he could never get into the post season. He is a ticking time bomb, a pick waiting to happen, defenses know it and I love it.

Shanahan will be a good coach for the Redskins, but his time in Denver was long over. Year after year just a few players away from a Super Bowl, eh? Maybe that’s why they were practicing without pads, maybe that’s why they were spoiled. Shanahan stayed on too long, his ways got stale and the writing was on the wall. If he has success with Washington it tells you nothing about the Broncos and their decision to give him the axe. Shanahan got comfortable here, too comfortable. That Huckdort ain’t no winner and Shanahan couldn’t field a defense year after year.

I’m sure Timmy Teebs will take the field in the fourth quarter tonight, some people will be hanging on every pass he throws–not me. Remember a guy by the name of Bradlee Van Pelt, eh? Back in 2005? Came in there and lit everybody up, he ran, he threw he looked like the second coming of John Elway. Rookie cards went through the roof. Then comes the regular season and he plays one game–it was deer in the headlights city–and he’s pretty much out of the league. Not to mention a guy by the name of John Elway, who’s first year was a disaster. Steve Young? Dismal his first two years. This Tebow doesn’t even have the throwing pedigree, he doesn’t even have the throwing acumen of an Elway or a Young, so any dream of Tebow the “pocket passer” is gonna take time.

Why did he draft him, eh? Why did he draft Tebow? Was it Tebow’s intelligence, his will to win and study, putting in the extra effort to retain the complex plays? Was it McDaniels thinking he was the coach who could make Teebs an NFL starting quarterback?’

I say none of that. It was his versatility. That’s why we drafted him. That’s the sure thing about him. To anyone who thinks this Tebow’s just gonna hold a clipboard this year, you better think again. We’ll see who the geniuses are come the regular season.

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Denver Broncos Injuries Have Sea Cucumbers Scattering

Sunday, August 8th, 2010

First off, congratulations to Floyd Little, for his entry into the NFL Hall of Fame, representing the Broncos with dignity, acuity and palpability. And or authenticity.

With the recent rash of injuries there’s cries of “Woe is me,” ‘The sky is falling,” “What did we do to deserve this?”

The only thing that gives me concern right now is the offensive line.

These rookies in the interior line need to gel, and I’m hopeful as hell that Ryan Clady can get back in there by at least the third game. Hell, a hobbled Clady is two, three times what we got in his place right now from what I’ve been hearing.

You got this weasel John Clayton, look at that weasel. Look at that head. You ever seen a head like that? What a joke, what a disgrace. You got this pencil neck weasel Clayton saying the Broncos will not overcome their injuries and they’ll be in last place in the AFC West. He predicts 6 wins, 8 at the most for Kansas City, so you can just imagine what he thinks of Denver.

John Clayton ESPN

Look at that Thing

Part of the joke is him bemoaning the loss of Tony Scheffler, stating this Scheffler was a huge part of our offense–what a moronic joke that is. A guy we hardly threw to? A guy that couldn’t stay on the field? Not to mention a guy of exceedingly poor character? Then he says we downgraded Orton because he don’t have Marshall to throw to anymore.

I’m not worried one bit about the loss of Marshall or Scheffler. Not one bit. We will spread Marshall’s production around, our wide receiving corps are capable. Eddie Royal had a sophomore jinx, something many players go through. Not to mention the large, talented rookie receivers we drafted, nobody knows just how they will factor in just yet, but this genius Clayton knows, he seems to think they’re both still in crutches on the sideline.

That pencil necked loser Clayton, some senior analyst he is. What was it, a 3 and 13 prediction for the Broncos last year? The same prediction this year I bet if he has the Chiefs winning 6 games and the Broncos last in the division, unbelievable this clown. What was it that Schlereth said recently about working at ESPN, knowledge an inch deep and a mile wide over there? Sounds about right.

You got some people sounding ready to throw in the towel over the loss of Dumervil. Like I said it’s bad, but it’s not as devastating as it seems. We’ve got solid players at all positions on defense, and we’ve upgraded that defensive line, and what if that line is performing? We should have a hell of a rotation on that line this year. What if that line is actually pushing the pile backwards for once? Collapsing the pocket for once? How many years has it been since we could collapse the pocket on a quarterback with any consistency?

What if this Ayers gets 7 sacks and is stout as hell against the run?

Robert Ayers Broncos

Sacks? We need Ayers and some other guy...

I’m not getting my hopes up for Moss, but if he performs that’s great. Would like nothing more to see him succeed, but the thing about Moss is that I never saw any flashes, nor any moves. Unlike Robert Ayers who I believed will be a player for us. Also we got that Mario Haggan who didn’t perform too badly last year. If we have guys stepping up and getting a few sacks instead of one getting 17 we’ll be OK on defense.

Last I checked, it’s 11 guys on defense, yes no one will fill Dumervil’s golden pass rushing shoes but they don’t have to in order for us to field a successful defense. A successful defense that should be better against the run this year with a beefed up defensive line. You remember that LB Andra Davis being all excited when we got Jamal Anderson and Justin Bannan, eh? Well how about we run Wesley Woodyard through those holes? Darrel Reid, Haggan, we’ve got guys that are capable, they’re not superstars but they should be capable of getting the job done.

So I’m not panicking about the Broncos, even with this rash of ridiculous injuries. These sea cucumbers can yell “we should’ve drafted Orakpo,” and scurry off into their fetid holes all they want. Not me, I’m confident about our defense, not so much about the offense, not out of the gate anyways.

The main question marks for the Broncos are on offense–and it ain’t the quarterback. We’ll see what they bring to the table, I’m most interested in the second and third preseason games, not so much the first one or the fourth. It will be interesting to see who belongs at wide receiver, who belongs at running back besides Buckhalter and Moreno. Whether or not we can run the football with consistency will be big.

The offensive line is in question, and with so many new players on the line and new starters at wide receiver the Broncos offense could struggle out of the gate, it could even be pretty dismal at first. Clady’s loss especially hurts, could even hamper this Timmy Teebs Wildcat thing we’ll be trying out. The new linemen, the new receivers could take time to get going.

But I’d take a slow start and a strong finish any day over last year’s fast start that disintegrated into a dingleberry debacle in the ass-end of the season.

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Broncos Sign Power RB Lendale White

Thursday, August 5th, 2010

Lendale White Broncos

Well, there you go. I told McDaniels he defied me by not bringing in a large, bruising running back this offseason. He listened to me, and heeded my advice right quick, but we should have drafted one, this guy could even get cut. Going back to his old coach Petey Carroll then getting the axe doesn’t look good. We need a big guy like that in the backfield, I’m OK with this signing just as long as Mr. White doesn’t find his own Double Rainbow driving around with Phil Simms’ kid anytime soon.

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Got the first footage of Denver Broncos 2010 August 1st Training Camp up here:

World exclusive folks.

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P.P.’s 2010 Training Camp Address

Saturday, July 31st, 2010

J.J. Arrington traded to the Eagles for special teams LB Joe Mays–whatever. Didn’t expect this Arrington to make the team, so no big deal really. Surprising how McDaniels kept after him, brings into question his acuity somewhat–hey not everyone is perfect.

Josh McDaniels

Bowlen "won" with Reeves, he won with Shanahan, he's gonna win with the kid

I heralded the signing of McDaniels, I told you people he’s a genius and a winner, but that don’t make him free from failures. I sat and watched our team suck on third and short last year–third and short when it counted–time and time again last year. The playcalling on third downs sucked. It absolutely sucked. I wanted to throw the remote at the damn screen about 7 games in, are you kidding me? Are you kidding me? 3rd and short with the game on the line and he’s running up the middle? Running up the middle I says,  that hasn’t worked all year and yet we’re trying it with the game on the line? Hasn’t worked all season yet we’re acting like a bunch of morons on the goal line trying to shove a square peg in a circle hole–not happenin.

I don’t know what it was, arrogance or thinking you have something you don’t, I don’t know what it was but it better change. I said “what happened to the quarterback sneak,” and McDaniels probably reads this blog, as does Bowlen. He probably reads it because sure enough the next week there was the QB sneak and it worked. The only problem was we ran it about four times–what a joke that is, talk about predictability. I better see some creativity out there, I better see this Timmy Teebs razzling and dazzling in short yardage.

Tebow Broncos

Tebow will carry the load in short yardage.

Some of you people out there say we won’t run Tebow–how dare we get our future QB injured. Like I’ve said all along, Tebow the pocket passing QB is a dream, a dream with low probability. That Krieger over there at the Post just gave people a dose of reality on the situation. Reality cutting through the hype.

McDaniels must read this blog, he went out and did everything I asked this offseason. At least two new receivers, backup for Orton, two new interior offensive linemen, at least one big signing on the defensive line: check, check, check and check.

But he defied me when I requested a large running back for short yardage duty–or it seemed that way. We better not struggle because of it, but we got Tebow to be that X Factor on short yardage. Some of you people saying we won’t do that to him, that he’s too valuable. I say we damn well better, because this idea of Tebow the pocket passer is just that–it’s an idea, a maybe. Maybe someday.

He better produce in short yardage, if not…

yikes.

But I’m confident we’ll get him in there and get Teebs the contact he’s hoping for–he better at least perform that function.

Pat Bowlen

Pat Bowlen probably reads P.P., thank God

McDaniels must read P.P., same with Bowlen. Look at how Bowlen handled the Jay Huckdort Cutler situation, he didn’t give in to his BS whining. Numby was practically begging for us to send someone to Nashville to put a pacifier in Huck’s mouth. Not me, I said get rid of him even at the beginning of the 2008 season. Bowlen listened to reason, he was a cold customer, he probably listened to me saying he don’t look right, don’t protect the ball and gets picked at the worst possible times. How the Dort’s Pro Bowl wasn’t even legitimate. He didn’t take any BS from that GQ posing Huckdort goober. Bowlen likely listened to me when I said boot that Shanahan right out the door too,a  few weeks after I said boot him out the door, sure enough.

I provide valuable informations, and I will be respected. You got people lamenting some gooned out tropical fool isn’t here posting unintelligible rantings–it’s downright insulting. I provide valuable informations, my acuity, my genius, my reason and logics are far superior. I have been on the right side of history whilst my detractors fall away, they fall away like empty greenish sea cucumber husks rife with fleas and mung.

Oh and one more thing, I know I put him up on the site, in a position of honor, so too did DenverBroncos.com, I guess the folks over there liked my layout and changed accordingly.  I don’t blame them, I have an eye for superior graphical quality, unlike that water-bong tiki who’s site looked like some child scrawled all over it with crayons. I am a serious man, deserving of a high quality and serious site which is a reflection of me.

Brian Dawkins, as much as I like him, he isn’t above critique either. This team collapsed last year, it collapsed in the ass end of the season–the final dingleberry was Kansas City. What a loathsome ding it was too. The team collapsed and so did Brian Dawkins.

The team wore down in 2009, so did Dawkins.

Oh yeah.

Flying around, killing people out there in the first half of the season, then where was he? Getting trucked by some KC buffoon? Stumbling as our enemies ran free into the end zone? He went from being everywhere to being practically nowhere. From X Factor to no factor.

I want to see a complete season from the Denver Broncos this year or the wrath of Hurricane P.P. will be devastating. I want to see a complete season from Brian Dawkins too. No more of this collapsing in the ass end of the season, I got tired of this with Shanahan’s failed regimes and we all know what happened there. The trouble with Shanahan wasn’t just the collapse of the team, he was unable to field an actual defense. Nothing worse than your team not having a defense.

On this, the eve of training camp, I am optimistic, and rightly so. The Broncos went out and did everything I advised. They only circumvented me in one area, but that “QB” will be running, more than he passes. He better be. This team should be improved, I don’t care one bit about the loss of Marshall, the locker room cancer is gone and we can recoup his production by spreading the ball around. Nolan leaving, while everyone or most everyone started crying, I said big deal. The system is already in place, the players are in place and that’s what is most important.

Denver Broncos Demaryius Thomas

Faster than Marshall without the bad attitude, sign me up.

We’ve brought in a lot of intriguing exciting players, this Thomas and Decker at wide receiver, Zane Beadles and J.D. Walton on the offensive line, it will be interesting to see how Jamal Williams and this Justin Bannan pan out on defense, I expect improvement not a step backwards. This team should be improved, not “the same” as last year, or worse. We need to run the football like a regular team does, hell short yardage runs weren’t even 50/50 when the game was on the line in 2009, you basically knew we were gonna get stuffed last year trying to run when the game was on the line.

Blame goes all around last year, uncreative playcalling in certain situations, inability to run the ball when it counted, too many three and outs leading to an exhausted defense, offensive line interior wore down, defensive line overachieved then slumped. All these position areas have been addressed in the offseason, and the too many three and outs–many of these were mistakes, drops and bad routes, not “all Orton’s fault” as Numby tried to point out. Orton, yes he’s limited physically but he’s proven to us he belongs and can win–he is our best shot at winning games. Just like Numby to advise “pulling the trigger” to trade our one capable, proven QB. Conduct detrimental to the team time and time again. So glad Bowlen and Co. listen to me, the voice of reason.

Kyle Orton Finger

In order to be the man, you gotta beat the man.

It was Orton’s first year in a new, complex system and he did well. I expect him to be more comfortable this year, word is the offense seems like night and day compared to last year and Orton seems more confident. Some of the games last year he looked like Peyton Manning light, picking people apart. Other games he looked like a damn deer in the headlights. Improved Orton + Timmy Teebs taking over as a run/pass option at times can equal success, even great success.

I expect improvement from the Broncos this year over last, but I will reserve my earth shattering prediction of the Broncos season record until we’ve seen a couple preseason games. That’s the only intelligent thing to do–unless you get high on people who make their season predictions in January.

If it’s the latter, I can’t help you.

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